hello global village. I am so excited to share with you what I’ve been working on with some really incredible folks, since I got to Goldsmiths. Tah Daaah!
Black.Arts.Gold with English PEN & The Department of Theatre and Performance
Groundings in Black Praxes, Politics and Pedagogies: Performance & Art l
How do different Black arts practitioners make their art?
How does the intersectionality of identity affect the creative processes of Black arts practitioners?
How are Black artists teaching art-making?
What new methods and approaches to creating work are Black practitioners utilising & conceptualising?
Join us for an evening of Performance and Inquiry
Performances by MA Theatre Practitioners:
DeAira Hermani, Chinasa Vivian Ezugha, Abu Ansari and D’bi.Young Anitafrika
Followed by an Open Round Table Discussion with Special Guest Faculty Dr. Osita Okagbue, Head of the Theatre Department and Gail Babb, Lecturer in MA Applied Theatre, moderated by MA Education Practitioner Lynn Obath.
All Goldsmiths Students and Staff, as well as the general public, are invited to attend
Title: Groundings in Black Praxes, Politics & Pedagogies: Performance and Art l
Date: Monday November 26, 2018
Location: George Wood Theatre @ Goldsmiths
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Black.Arts.Gold is a collective of Black MA arts practitioners at Goldsmiths, University of London, who are committed to nurturing the Groundings Project; a space for rigorous inquiry into Black approaches to art-making, dissemination and scholarship.